As array products from Illumina increase in complexity and density, it is important to have a microarray scanner that keeps pace. Illumina array scanning systems deliver rapid, sensitive, and accurate imaging of Illumina microarrays, for industry-leading genetic analysis results. These systems support a broad range of applications, with the flexibility to meet a variety of throughput needs.
The iScan System is a high-precision microarray scanner that supports our expansive portfolio of innovative genetic analysis assays. This flexible array imaging platform can perform rapid genotyping, CNV detection, DNA methylation analysis, and gene expression profiling.
High-performance lasers, optics, and detection systems offer submicron resolution, capable of handling even the highest density multi-sample arrays. The result is dramatically reduced scan times and unmatched throughput rates, without sacrificing data quality or reproducibility.
This industry-leading array scanner offers:
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Perform next-generation sequencing (NGS) and cytogenomic microarray scanning all on one research instrument. The NextSeq 550 System combines high-quality array scanning with the proven and robust NextSeq 500 sequencing system.
By leveraging array scanning on the NextSeq 550 System, researchers have instant access to a powerful, complementary technology to confirm copy number variants detected through sequencing. The flexibility of the NextSeq 550 System enables a broad range of cytogenetics applications for reproductive and genetic health studies as well as cancer research.
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Illumina arrays offer high-quality data and exceptional genomic coverage to accelerate both targeted and whole-genome studies.
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NGS and array methods work together to power cytogenomic analysis studies across a range of reproductive and genetic health applications.
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iScan microarray scanners and Illumina sequencers at MGZ laboratory bring improved resolution for more accurate cytogenetic analysis.
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